Wow! Yes it really is veteran Jamaican dub expert at the controls of Tectonic’s dubstep compilation with cover by Tony McDermott and you can’t get much better than that.
Continue reading V/A – Scientist Launches Dubstep Into Outer Space
Based in Edinburgh, it’s about time that the Hidden Orchestra revelled themselves and their debut album is certainly a revelation that’s already caught the attention music insiders; another big album from the terrific Tru-Thoughts label.
Continue reading Hidden Orchestra – Night Walks
Still in love with Codec Shift’s release on VeryVeryWrongIndeed? We’ll here’s another on the same label with a bit of a revivival of The Electric Press as they steam around the cosmos.
Continue reading The Electric Press – Steam / Cosmos
Gilles Peterson announced on his show this morning that he was going to do a special show to celebrate Ninja Tunes’ 20th Birthday “as one of the most consistant labels” but there’s lots more than that going on!
Continue reading Ninja Tune XX – 20th Anniversary
Toddla T signing to Ninja Tune shows that even as they celebrate their 20th anniversary this year, they are still a force to be reckoned with and party with a bit of Sky Surfing.
Continue reading Toddla T feat. Wayne Marshall – Sky Surfing
Day 3: Waking up to a beautiful sunny Sunday morning with Big Chill Radio playing Dudley Perkins’ ‘Flowers’ and a full day ahead of awesome music listening pleasure, I almost felt as excited as a teenager – would it last?
Continue reading Big Chill Festival 2010 – Sunday 08.08.10
When you’ve got an outfit that’s so in tune with soul, jazz, funk and hip hop as The Herbaliser, can you imagine what a pick me up a Best Of compilation is; a real tonic to cue all ills.
Continue reading The Herbaliser – Herbal Tonic
We’ve followed Soil & “Pimp” Sessions from the start so I might have said this before, their latest album is the best yet! 6 of the best so to speak.
Continue reading Soil & “Pimp” Sessions – 6
When any label celebrates their 10 year anniversary these days, it’s more than a good reason to celebrate with a 14 track compilation – and guess what? That’s what Trunkfunk have done and you’ll want to know why you’ve not heard of them before now!
Continue reading V/A – Ten Years Of Trunfunk
You can’t move your butt these days without getting hit with more big props for James Blake and his new EP, CMYK is the big reason why.
Continue reading James Blake – CMYK EP
Simon Green (aka Bonobo) is another artist on his fourth album and everybody has said that it is his most accomplished album to date; the magnificent Black Sands is proof indeed that it is.
Continue reading Bonobo – Black Sands
First off, don’t let the title of this 2CD compilation put you off as the 23 tracks are not in any way second rate – this is Zero dB after all!
Continue reading Zero dB – One Offs, Remixes And B-Sides
The new album by Rory Simmons’ Fringe Magnetic is big band leftfield jazz at its best and no doubt the highlight of the forthcoming Loop Collective Festival at the Vortex.
Continue reading Fringe Magnetic – Empty Spaces